Welcome to the Muse SDK Documentation

Feel free to take a look around!

To get started:
  1. Download the SDK
  2. Get to know the SDK
  3. Get to know your headband
  4. Start building!


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A full library that will allow you to write native applications on Android and iOS.
Coming soon... Windows, OS X and Linux.


A Muse driver for Mac and Windows desktop environments that sends out Muse data as OSC or LSL messages which other programs can interface with. For a list of available data, including raw EEG, accelerometer, and spectral components (Alpha, Beta, etc.), see the OSC Paths pages here.


A visualizer tool for brainwave and other types of data. This receives data from MuseIO and allows you to record and annotate data, filter it through various algorithms. 


A command-line desktop program which allows you to receive Muse data in one format and output it in one or more formats. 

Want to know more about EEG and BCI?

To learn about EEG and Brain Computer Interfaces, see our Intro to BCI and EEG.


June 22, 2015: LibMuse-iOS 1.2.1
Bug fix release. Check out the release notesDownload here. 

June 17, 2015: Research features released in Muse firmware 7.8.0
Now any Muse has access to the research features! Configure sampling rate, resolution, and filtering. More info here. Details on research presets here.

May 29, 2015: LibMuse-Android 1.3.0 and LibMuse-iOS 1.2.0
Check out the release notes

May 7, 2015: LibMuse-Android 1.2.1
Check out the release notes

April 30, 2015: LibMuse-Android 1.2.0 and LibMuse-iOS 1.1.0
Check out the release notes

April 29, 2015: LibMuse 1.0.1 for iOS
A small update to dynamic frameworks deployment target. A static framework with an identical API will be available in the near future.

April 28, 2015: LibMuse 1.0.0 for iOS
The long-awaited library for Muse iOS development is here!  

March 18, 2015: LibMuse 1.0.4 for Android
A few bug fixes for LibMuse for Android. Check out the release notes

March 2, 2015: LibMuse 1.0.2 for Android
A few bug fixes for LibMuse for Android. Check out the release notes

February 6, 2015
Based on developer feedback, we separated LibMuse into a separate installer from MuseIO, MusePlayer and MuseLab (called the Muse SDK Tools). Check out the release notes.

February 3, 2015: MuseSDKv3.4.0
First version of the native library for Android! 

January 30, 2015: MuseSDKv3.2.3
Bugfixes. See the release notes here.

January 29, 2015: MusePlayer released as an open source project
Check out the repository on Bitbucket here.

December 23rd, 2014: MuseSDKv3.2.2 released
Happy holidays! This is a bug fix release, see the release notes here.

December 17th, 2014: MuseSDKv3.2.0 released

November 17th, 2014: MuseSDKv3.0.2 released

November 14th, 2014: MuseSDKv3.0.1 released

August 12th, 2014: MuseSDKv2.4.2 released
Fixed a bug in MusePlayer on Windows.

August 1st, 2014: MuseSDKv2.4.1 released

July 31st, 2014: MuseSDKv2.4.0 released

July 4th, 2014: MuseSDKv2.2.0 released

June 24, 2014: MuseSDKv2.0.0 released